This is My Tiny Wine Wagon… It’s MJ’s stylish and cozy wine-theme tiny house on wheels that’s part of her tiny house village in Sherwood, Oregon.
That’s right, you can actually book a vacation in this tiny house using Airbnb. But before that, it was an old pancake shack, she bought it for $1,000, it was moved 5 different times, redesigned about a dozen times, and about $15,000 spent on it. What all started as an unwanted pancake shack on wheels and a $1,000 investment is now a dream tiny house, built for only $15k (she explains how in this podcast) but is easily worth much more. This is My Tiny Wine Wagon by My Tiny Empty Nest.
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MJ’s My Tiny Wine Wagon Tiny House Experience
The before & after shot 🙂
MJ also has other tiny homes on her property! And teardrop campers are also available to rent if you want to explore and take a little camper with you.
- Airbnb listing (via Michelle)
- Teardrop Rentals from MJ
- My Tiny House Village Website
- Recent Interview with MJ Boyle with Ethan Waldman where she tells the FULL STORY of this tiny house (it used to be a pancake shack)
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Really like the downstairs bed.
Very pretty! Love the shower. Clever and lovely way to get more sleeping space. I like it!
Wow!! MJ has really expanded her tiny house village!! I remember when she had just finished her very first tiny house she named “My Empty Nest”, which she built by herself in the evenings and weekends while still working full-time in corporate America. She decided to go tiny so she could eventually retire in it with very little monthly overhead coming out. It was when she had to move “My Empty Nest” onto her friend’s Christmas tree farm that she came up with the idea to build her own tiny house village! She now travels around the country showing other people how to build their very own tiny house. She’s a HUGE presence in the tiny house community and someone I would call a role model!! I’m happy to see her dream of owning her very own tiny house village is coming true!! Great job MJ!!!
The beautiful look in the pics is making me feel at home. Love this. A lot of thought was put in to this. You can see. Beautiful job on this tiny home.
It’s so wonderful and homey.
Firstly, I like it because there is no loft and in this kitchen you can cook decent meals.
However, I can’t see the Wine Theme of this THOW. Alex, please tell me how you got the headline. Thanks.
It’s easy. Consumed wine to get through the build. rg&dfc